Economic philosophy of al-Mawardi: Review of economic behaviour in Islamic economic
Aan Jaelani ()
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Economic behaviour in the study of Islamic economics is the basis for the government to portray political ethics and ethical economic functions of individuals in functioning as a member of society. Secular ethics and religious ethics, according to al-Mawardi, as the code of conduct in conducting economic practices by the government and every member of society to uphold the principle of goodness. In the context of economic behaviour, the world ethics (adab al-dunya) and the religious ethics (adab al-din) became guidelines for economic actors in conducting business activities including other forms of cooperation or other muamalah practice.
Keywords: Philosophy of economics; behavioral economics; ethics; religion; Islamic Economic (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: B31 B41 D01 D1 D6 H1 H5 N01 N25 N3 N35 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Date: 2017-11-10, Revised 2018-01-18
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Published in The Social Sciences 2.13(2018): pp. 305-315
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